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Limits of law: reflections from private and public law

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There are a number of enduring themes relating to substantive judicial review, including its intensity, the legal form through which this should be expressed, the extent to which the courts should show deference, respect or appropriate weight to the views of the initial decision-maker, and the capacity of courts to undertake the kind of assessment required of them, given that they may be required to balance considerations that are to some degree incommensurable. These issues are distinct, alb...

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University of Oxford
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SSD
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Law
Sub department:
Law Faculty
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Publisher:
Hart Publishing
Host title:
Lord Sumption and the Limits of Law
Publication date:
2016-02-22
ISBN:
9781849466943
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pubs:605594
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uuid:08eeee64-0819-41ee-a192-e265fb28099e
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605594
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2016-02-20

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